DaimlerChrysler Corp. reveals a communications system that enables more efficient use of mobile phones inside its vehicles. Available as an aftermarket product this spring and as a factory item on Chrysler Group vehicles in 2003, the system allows motorists to bring their phones into their vehicles and make hands-free calls. Featuring Bluetooth technology, the system connects the user’s mobile phone to the vehicle’s electrical architecture. And by pushing a single button, voice-activated ...
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